April 21, 2020 – Read time with video: 5min.
Written and submitted by Joyce C Wood, chhc
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Thank you for being here and visiting this week’s post. We are residents of planet earth; This is our day to celebrate!
What is Earth Day About?
There will be online webinars with Earthcharter.org to share information on how we can take the best action for ourselves and for the planet, presented by global thinkers in multiple languages. Here are a couple of the speakers:
- Sam Crowell, Ph.D., professor emeritus of education @California state university, San Bernardino and former director at the Center for Research in Integrative learning and teaching.
- Fritjof Capra, Ph.D., physicist and systems theorist, is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California.
Some thoughts and discussions around the linkages between healthy people, healthy planet, climate change, the current pandemic, and more. For specific details and times, click here.
Another celebration will be through Earthrise2020.org.
A little info about Earthrise, it’s the largest, most diverse global mobilization in history on behalf of our environment and our planet. There’s an app for this too.
The original date of celebration began in 1970; to demonstrate our global support for our environment that WE ALL LOVE!
This year will be especially challenging to engage in celebration due to our current pandemic, as we are focused on social distancing. However, we can still take action. Here’s how, Please visit earthday.org and join a digital event happening wherever you are.
A global health crisis doesn’t mean the climate crisis is slowing down. 50 years ago, millions took a stand for our planet on the first-ever Earth Day. In 2020, we’re continuing the fight online.
Please join the worldwide live stream on April 22, 2020, through Earthcharter.org
Earthrise2020.org for Earth Day.
Stay Healthy & Safe!
Joyce C Wood, chhc